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FiREFinancial Reporting
FiREFinance, Insurance and Real Estate (banks, credit agencies, investment companies, brokers and dealers of securities and commodities, security and commodity exchanges, insurance agents, buyers, sellers, lessors, lessees, etc.)
FiREFebrile Infection-Related Epilepsy Syndrome (disease)
FiREFinancial Independence Retire Early
FiREFramework for Information Retrieval Applications
FiREFlexible Intra Routing Environment
FiREFar Infra Red Experiment
FiREFully Integrated Robotized Engine
FiREFilm Image Recorder
FiREFiling Information Returns Electronically
FiREFirst ISCCP Regional Experiment
FiREFuture Internet Research and Experimentation (EU Initiative)
FiREFactor Information REtrieval (US EPA system)
FiREFédération Île-de-France de Recherche sur l'Environnement (French environment research federation)
FiREFusion Ignition Research Experiment
FiREFire, Insurance and Real Estate (economic sector)
FiREFoundation for Individual Rights in Education, Inc.
FiREFlexible Intra-AS Routing Environment
FiREFlexible Intelligent Routing Engine
FiREForensic Incident Response Environment (bootable CD for the repair of dead systems)
FiREForensic Institute for Research and Education (est. 2006; Middle Tennessee State University)
FiREFamilies Ignited for Revival & Evangelism
FiREForcenet Innovation and Research Enterprise (US Navy)
FiREFLAMES Interactive Runtime Executable
FiREFind Inform Restrict Extinguish (steps to take when a fire is discovered)
FiREFingerprint Inquiry and Retrieval Engine (University of Missouri)
FiREFlight Investigation of the Reentry Environment
FiREFeed Intake Recording System
FiREFuture Intelligence Requirements Environment (US DoD)
FiREFull Integrated Robotized Engine
FiREFast Imaging Ranicon Experiment
FiREFragmenting IP (Internet-Protocol) Realtime Engine (Network Peripherals)
FiREForms, Interfaces, Reports and Enhancements
FiREFinnish Information Retrieval Experts Group (Finland)
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Now, if the audit partner finds a material error, the controller likely will immediately need to review the company's internal control over financial reporting and identify a mitigating control.
The new guidance is a supplement to COSO's 1992 guidance, Internal Control--Integrated Framework, illustrating essential internal control over financial reporting using real-world small company examples.
Internal control over financial reporting is defined by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act as a "process designed by, or under the supervision of [the CEO and CFO, or equivalent individuals] ...
Key to compliance is the transparency of financial reporting, the ability to gain a better view into business activity as it takes place throughout the organization and from there, monitor and control these activities.
1.472-2(e)(3), which substantially reduced the potential adverse financial reporting impact of LIFO.
An Award of Financial Reporting Achievment has been award to the individual(s) or department designated by the government as primarily responsible for preparing the award-winning comprehensive annual financial report.
"There is a possibility of differing objectives of financial reporting for private company users.
* As part of Institute efforts to enhance the usefulness and relevancy of financial reporting, AICPA President and CEO Barry Melancon testified before Congress in Mar.
Building on the success of similar programs offered in 2004 and 2005, the Institute will again offer a seminar on Financial Reporting for Tax Executives on November 15-16 at the Westin O'Hare in Chicago.
2, An Audit of Internal Control Over Financial Reporting Performed in Conjunction with An Audit of Financial Statements, provides guidance for a section 404 audit.
The primary difference is that, rather than just focusing on revenue, profits and cost controls, today's focus is enhanced to include controlling financial reporting and fraud prevention; risk assessment as it applies to efficiency and effectiveness in the use of an entity's assets; and appropriate documentation and visibility over the associated internal controls by upper management.
Publicly traded companies in the European Union are bracing for the implementation of the International Financial Reporting Standard--set to replace the various country-based accounting standards among the EU member states on Jan.
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